April 25, 2012:
Success: Addiction or Abundant Life?
Rutgers University — The Veritas Forum
Time and Location: TBD
April 14, 2012 12:00 PM:
The Runner’s Brain: 7 1/2 Mental Strategies for Running Boston
The Runner’s Seminar Series
Boston Marathon Sport and Fitness Expo
Seaport World Trade Center
April 1, 2012:
Keeping Your Head and Heart in the Game
Swampscott, Massachusetts Little League
Swampscott High School
April 1, 2012 1 PM
March 31, 2012
Creating a Literary Life in Medicine: Your Books, Your Talks, and Your Message
The Harvard Writer’s Workshop
Fairmont Copley Plaza
Boston, MA 9:45 AM
Dr. Jeff Brown’s Speaking Topics
Dr. Brown’s witty, yet meaningful messages frequently call him to the podium at various conferences and events across the country. Some topics include:
The Winner’s Brain: 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success
Contrary to popular belief, winning in life has little to do with IQ, your circumstances, your financial resources, or even luck. Yet it has everything to do with creating a failure-resistant brain. Every time you think a thought, feel an emotion, or execute a behavior, your neuro-circuitry changes, and the good news is you can take charge of this process.
Based on cutting-edge research connecting neuroscience and cognitive psychology, Brown identifies the strategies that will increase the specific brain functions that drive winning behavior. He explores the stories of dozens of winners from all walks of life, including B.B. King, Laura Linney, artists and inventors, musicians and business people, an FBI agent, a fighter pilot, even a high-altitude window washer.
Through simple everyday practices, Brown explains how to unlock the brain’s hidden potential, using:
- Balance: Make emotions work in your favor
- Bounce: Create a failure-resistant brain
- Opportunity Radar: Spot hot prospects previously hidden by problems
- Focus Laser: Lock into what’s important
- Effort Accelerator: Cultivate the drive to win
Along the way, audiences learn “win factors” and glean fascinating information (like why you should never take a test while wearing red). This presentation will not only give you an edge, but also motivate you to pursue your biggest dreams.
The Competitive Edge: How to Win Every Time You Compete
Anxiety: The Invisible Bully
Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author Dr. Jeff Brown teams up with educators and parents to understand and combat students’ anxiety. Just like a cruel bully at school, anxiety can derail confidence, interfere with social relationships, and obstruct academic success. Whether it’s in a complicated dating relationship, tryouts for athletics, stressful college entrance tests, or the all-too-familiar struggle for balance in a life filled with endless options, anxiety will be present. Using striking, compelling, and even comical anecdotes from his vast clinical experiences, Brown will succinctly and expertly portray how anxiety impacts kids and how the battle against the invisible bully can be won. Listeners will be armed to recognize early signs and symptoms of anxiety, know how to use current brain science research to respond to kids in a collaborative way, and discern when to get professional help should anxiety’s grip get too tight.
Build a Better Brain
Teachers, administrators, and parents are expected to skillfully guide students toward success. Harvard psychologist and author Dr. Jeff Brown affably describes what cutting-edge brain science is revealing about the brains of successful people and how to implement effective strategies for optimizing brain functioning in the classroom and in life. Through witty stories, clever research-based examples, and behind-the-scenes anecdotes from his personal interviews with some of this century’s greatest minds, the audience will not only learn about how to cultivate success in their students, they’ll discover how to infuse success in their own lives, too.
Those interested in booking Dr. Brown for a speaking engagement, please visit his web page on the American Program Bureau website.
To book Dr. Jeff Brown for a speaking engagement, contact his speakers bureau:
American Program Bureau, Inc.
313 Washington Street, Suite 225
Newton, MA 02458
Visit APB’s speakers bureau contact page to request his availability.
Learn more about his speaking by visiting Jeff Brown’s speaker profile.
To Contact Jeff Brown:
Jeffrey L. Brown, Psy.D., ABPP
Instructor, Department of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
691 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02476
“Dr. Brown proved to positively impact the audience and contribute the catalyst for developing a winner’s mentality.”
ACB Sports Marketing
Des Moines, Iowa
“Dr. Brown drove home points with unique stories that were amusing and easy to relate to. Working with Dr. Brown was truly an unforgettable experience. I highly recommend inviting him to make that personal connection in your institution.”
D. O., Sr. Vice President
Saint Vincent Health System
“Dr. Brown is as well spoken in front of an audience as his is in his best selling books. If we could have Dr. Brown at every one of our events we would. We were, and still are, honored to have had his involvement with our event and believe that he took our event to an entire other level.”
Wilmington, North Carolina